The front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Wednesday, 13 October 2021.
With the Amendment of the Electoral Act, INEC told The PUNCH it could only adopt the method after the President Buhari had signed amendments to Electoral Act.
Fintechs, according to The Guardian, are looking beyond the shores of Nigeria in pursuit of mega investments overseas despite the worth of NGX, estimated to be in excess of N20 trillion
The PDP and CUPP has kicked against the National Assembly’s okaying direct primaries for political parties. Daily Sun reports.
Former DSP Ekweremadu and Governor Wike has hailed the Senate decision to give INEC power to determine mode to transmit election results. The Nation reports
Investigations by Daily Trust reveals that the FG is set to award a service boat monitoring agent contract for another 25 years to the Integrated Logistics Services Limited (INTELS).
Commendation keeps flying in for the Senate after lawmakers have INEC the power to determine the mode for transmission of election results, Daily Independent reports.
The Daily Times leads with WTO DG Okonjo-iweala urging the Buhari govt to cut down all costs associated with moving goods from factory to final consumer.
According to Blueprint, the Senate has directed all political parties in Nigeria to adopt direct primaries as their mode of selecting candidates.
One of the leading stories on Nigerian News Direct is that the Senate has commenced debate on the 2022 appropriation bill.